Chip Eng Seng sells 77 units at Kopar At Newton condo

SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) – CEL Development, a fully-owned subsidiary of mainboard-listed Chip Eng Seng Corporation, has sold 77 units at the launch of its 378-unit Kopar At Newton condo project over the weekend. The 99-year leasehold project is located off Newton Circus. CEL executive director Michael Ng said the project average price is $2,350[…]

Wing Tai sells 70% of The M over launch weekend

SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) – Wing Tai Asia sold 70 per cent or over 360 units of its latest condominium project, The M, over the weekend, even amid the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak. Units were sold at an average price of $2,450 per sq ft. The M is the first major private residential development opened for[…]

Coronavirus: Construction at CDL’s Whistler Grand resumes after two-day voluntary shutdown over suspected case

SINGAPORE – Construction at City Developments’ Whistler Grand project in West Coast Vale resumed on Wednesday (Feb 12) after its builder voluntarily stopped site work for two days when an employee was suspected of being infected with the coronavirus, The Straits Times has learned. Construction and civil engineering firm Woh Hup, Whistler Grand’s builder, halted[…]

All eyes on launch of freehold luxury project Van Holland

It will show how resilient prices are in prime district after recent drop; analysts expect volatility Freehold luxury project Van Holland, one of the few new launches in the highly sought-after Holland Road area this year, will be watched for how resilient prices are in Singapore’s prime district following their drop in the core central[…]

New private home sales rebound in Nov

Excluding ECs, 1,147 units were sold; take-up led by projects in suburban areas Sales of new private homes picked up strongly last month despite the start of the year-end holiday period and amid a property glut, data showed yesterday. Developers sold 1,147 units last month – excluding executive condominiums (ECs) – 23.2 per cent more[…]

A third of units at One Holland Village Residences sold

Sales record average prices of $2,600 psf to $3,200 psf, with 90% of buyers Singaporean Nearly a third of apartments at One Holland Village Residences have been booked since sales began on Nov 21, at average prices ranging from $2,600 to $3,200 per sq ft (psf). The developer – Far East Organization with partners Sekisui[…]

2 Canberra Drive residential sites launched for tender

Two adjacent residential sites in Canberra Drive were put up for sale yesterday. The plots, both with 99-year leases, could yield up to 675 units, the Urban Redevelopment Authority said yesterday. Parcel A spans 13,315.3 square metres (sq m) with a maximum gross floor area (GFA) of 18,642 sq m. It can accommodate about 220[…]